Bekaa Valley

Bekaa Valley, Lebanon

Lebanon produces around 7 million bottles of wine per year and the vast majority of this production originates in the Bekaa Valley, located between two mountain ranges the Lebanon and Anti Lebanon mountains. The vineyards are kept fertile the water formed from melting snow in the moutains, and its elevation of around 1,000 metres mean that the heat is tempered during the summer ripening.

The wines from the valley have reached fame largely due to one pioneering producer, Chateau Musar whose wine seem to defy the steady march of time having the uncanny ability to be savoured and appreciated well past their 50th birthdays, and this includes their white

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  1. Chateau Musar 2016 Hochar Pere et Fils
    Often thought of a a 'second wine' of Chateau Musar, but that's not the full story. It is made from a slightly... Learn More
  2. Chateau Musar 2009 White
    Chateau Musar is better know for its red wines which have an uncanny ability to seem to age forever. However, do not... Learn More
  3. Chateau Musar 2012 Red
    The newly released 2012 Chateau Musar Red is one of the best young Musars we have tasted. Already drinkable for its... Learn More
  4. Chateau Musar 1998 Red
    One of the great attributes of Chateau Musar is the availability of old vintages which have been stored at the winery... Learn More
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